One more time from John Grow #3! John Grow #3 submitted to our partners at Origo Labs his most recently harvested Barney’s Farm Purple Punch for Cannabinoids and Terpenes tests. The popular Purple Punch is indica dominant and a cross between Larry OG and Granddaddy Purple.
Origo Lab Results
Cannabinoids Test Dates
Date Analyzed: 03/29/2021
Date Completed: 03/30/202
Terpenes Test Dates
Date Analyzed: 03/29/2021
Date Completed: 03/30/2021
The Purple Punch tested at 15.220% total Cannabinoids. As the Origo Labs pie chart reports, this terpenes profile was led by β-myrcene (0.262%), limonene (0.248%) and trans-caryophyllene (0.122%). The next two primary terpenes included guaiol (0.073%), α-humulene (0.022%), linalool (0.016%), and α-bisabolol (0.014%).
The Medical Results
This one Christmas-light-bulb shaped bud of Purple Punch is light green with darker green shades hidden inside. Long creamy trichomes and dark orange pistils protruded and twisted from the bud. The pungent aroma is akin to sweet baked grape and cherry pie with hints of hops.
As Purple Punch is known for, the cerebral high is relatively clear and relaxing. With the myrcene, caryophyllene, humulene, and guaiol, the strong body buzz slowly settles in matching the calm and adding more sedative effects. The muscle relaxation grows, especially with more doses, and later in the buzz, the head high loses focus and joins the smooth relaxation.
Eventually, with enough doses, tiredness and even more sedative effects kick in in time for a good night of sleep.
Medical Patient Homegrown vs. Cultivators
So is this Medical Patient Homegrown not as good as, as good as, or better than dispensary flower? Or is it the fire of Illinois medicine? Purple Punch is as good or better than the Purple Punch listed on Illinois dispensary menus. Of course, the Purple Punch was dried, cured, and trimmed with care. And again, John Grow #3’s medicine is cheaper and better cured than what he can purchase at a dispensary.
Patient Growing Experience
How long have you been a registered Illinois Medical Patient? I have been a registered Illinois Medical Patient since 12/6/2019.
How long have you been growing your own medicine? I have been growing my own medicine off and on for 20 years.
Why did you start growing your own medicine? I started growing my own medicine because it was the most affordable way for me to medicate. I also grow because it enables me to not have to rely on anybody else but myself when obtaining medication. I also produce my own medication so that I can ensure that it is organic.
What do you want to add about growing at home in Illinois? I would just like to point out how easy and how enjoyable it is to grow cannabis. There’s a substantial percentage of the medical cannabis population who cannot afford the cost of medical cannabis; therefore, the state has allowed us to grow in order to make it more accessible for those who cannot afford medical prices.
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